In May, 2016 MHRR received a call about a few accidental litters resulting in 13 buns, 5 females and 8 males. They were born on March 14th and March 15th, 2016. They are all named after Pixar characters. The 8 males are named are Remy, Nash, Buzz, Wall-E, Sulley, Flik, Acer, and Anchor. The females have been named Eva, Barbie, Merida, Boo, and Princess Dot.
Acer is active, curious and social, though he loves his toys more than people. :) He uses the litterbox pretty well in his condo. His favorite way to play is digging, so providing a tub, box, or covered litter pan with shredded paper will have him occupied for hours! He's just as happy with an empty soda bottle. Acer is a capable jumper, and has cleared his 4' exercise pen on occasion, so its best to keep a cover on it if not free-range. He likes his kitten friend and is not bothered by the dogs in his foster home. He can be fussy with other buns in the house but has become closer to humans over the last year.
This bun is currently fostered in Baton Rouge, LA.
MHRR spays/neuters all rabbits prior to adoption. Rabbits are tattoed 'MHR' in the ear during their spay or neuter (unless done prior to arrival at MHRR). Adoption fees are $50 for single bunnies or $70 for already-paired rabbits. Adoption application required.Adoption days are held at Petsmart on Millerville in Baton Rouge (see our website for dates). Transport to other areas can sometimes be arranged after adoption application approval. We also offer 'foster-to-adopt' which is a trial run to see if a pet is the right fit prior to adoption. See magichappensrescue.com/adoptinfo for more information and an adoption application. Want to help the bunnies but can't adopt? You can sponsor a spay or neuter or help in many other ways. See http://magichappensrescue.com/howtohelp for more ways to help.
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